In stores, the rating can appear as a sticker on the product itself or near the price-tag (similar to ANDI or NuVal Scores). The rating, in the form of a modified QR code, offers many opportunities to further educate consumers. The code could simply link to a farmer/manufacturer's website or could even display specific information, such as when the product was harvested.
If something like this were to take off, it would also push manufacturers to reassess their own production methods to increase their SIX Ratings.The idea could be scalable to a website where you (the consumer) can track your own SIX Score based on purchases. Coupons could be offered to those with higher Scores, incentivising both consumers and stores to participate.
*Obviously, the dark grey and sad faces are a bit heavy handed, but if a system like this were to become reality, it could simply be a 1-100 score.